19 Admirals Way

19 Admirals Way, 2014-15 Cantebury Museum, Christchurch, New Zealand https://19admiralsway.wordpress.com The Whole House Reuse (WHR) project is organized by Rekindle, a New Zealand building waste reuse initiative established after the 2011 Christchurch earthquake. Project organizers gained access to one earthquake-damaged

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19 Admirals Way

19 Admirals Way, 2014-15 Cantebury Museum, Christchurch, New Zealand https://19admiralsway.wordpress.com The Whole House Reuse (WHR) project is organized by Rekindle, a New Zealand building waste reuse initiative established after the 2011 Christchurch earthquake. Project organizers gained access to one earthquake-damaged

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Drift

Drift, 2014 Reedsburg, Wisconsin Wormfarm Institute’s Fermentation Fest Drift is both an autonomous intervention in the landscape and a site for exchange with residents and visitors. This floating sculptural form advances to shore on weekends where the artists will serve spring

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Drift

Drift, 2014 Reedsburg, Wisconsin Wormfarm Institute’s Fermentation Fest Drift is both an autonomous intervention in the landscape and a site for exchange with residents and visitors. This floating sculptural form advances to shore on weekends where the artists will serve spring

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Attention Lab

The Attention Lab, 2014 ACRE residency, Steuben, Wisconsin The Attention Lab, a two-session workshop that took place at ACRE residency in the summer of 2014, gathered participants in the pursuit of prolonged attention and understanding of the Anthropocene. To help perceive this

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Attention Lab

The Attention Lab, 2014 ACRE residency, Steuben, Wisconsin The Attention Lab, a two-session workshop that took place at ACRE residency in the summer of 2014, gathered participants in the pursuit of prolonged attention and understanding of the Anthropocene. To help perceive this

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In Formation

In Formation, 2014 Harper College Exhibition Spacc Palatine, IL Using individual and shared processes of building and painting, artists Raewyn Martyn and Sara Black created emergent surfaces and structures within the gallery architecture. By allowing the work to unfold throughout

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In Formation

In Formation, 2014 Harper College Exhibition Spacc Palatine, IL Using individual and shared processes of building and painting, artists Raewyn Martyn and Sara Black created emergent surfaces and structures within the gallery architecture. By allowing the work to unfold throughout

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Alexandria Community Art Library

The Alexandria Community Art Library, 2014 Torpedo Factory – Target Gallery Alexandria, Virginia The Alexandria Community Art Library was created by Roman Petruniak. In celebration of the Torpedo Factory Art Center’s 40th Anniversary, Chicago-based artist Sara Black and the art

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Alexandria Community Art Library

The Alexandria Community Art Library, 2014 Torpedo Factory – Target Gallery Alexandria, Virginia The Alexandria Community Art Library was created by Roman Petruniak. In celebration of the Torpedo Factory Art Center’s 40th Anniversary, Chicago-based artist Sara Black and the art

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Living as Form – Nomadic Version

Living As Form – Nomadic Version, 2014 Antioch College April 18 – May 16 Organized by Sara Black, Jillian Soto and Anthony Romero This exhibition will be presented in three waves of seven artworks with weekly conversations in the Herndon

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Living as Form – Nomadic Version

Living As Form – Nomadic Version, 2014 Antioch College April 18 – May 16 Organized by Sara Black, Jillian Soto and Anthony Romero This exhibition will be presented in three waves of seven artworks with weekly conversations in the Herndon

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Reconstructing the Fold

Reconstructing the Fold, 2013-14 Herndon Gallery, Yellow Springs OH “Build a wall and live in it” – Gordon Matta Clark. In Reconstructing the Fold, Black follows a form of making where the intangible and the handcrafted merge. In an arch

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Reconstructing the Fold

Reconstructing the Fold, 2013-14 Herndon Gallery, Yellow Springs OH “Build a wall and live in it” – Gordon Matta Clark. In Reconstructing the Fold, Black follows a form of making where the intangible and the handcrafted merge. In an arch

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Imperfect Symmetry

Imperfect Symmetry, 2013 Columbia College A + D Gallery, Chicago, IL Curated by Sara Black and Karsten Lund October 3-November 7, 2013 Opening Reception: October 3, 2013, 5-8 PM with performance by Escape Group For this experimental group exhibition, thirteen artists

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Imperfect Symmetry

Imperfect Symmetry, 2013 Columbia College A + D Gallery, Chicago, IL Curated by Sara Black and Karsten Lund October 3-November 7, 2013 Opening Reception: October 3, 2013, 5-8 PM with performance by Escape Group For this experimental group exhibition, thirteen artists

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Three Times Around the Long Way

Three Times Around the Long Way, 2013 The Soap Factory, Minneapolis MN Three Times Around the Long Way begins to listen to and view the human voice as auxiliary to physical presence. People move from no voice, to song, to

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Three Times Around the Long Way

Three Times Around the Long Way, 2013 The Soap Factory, Minneapolis MN Three Times Around the Long Way begins to listen to and view the human voice as auxiliary to physical presence. People move from no voice, to song, to

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Voyagers

Voyagers, 2012 – 2013 Commissioned by the Placemakers Foundation for the Harold Arts Residency Program, Chesterhill, OH Inaugurating a series of chapters in this episodic multi-year physical journey, we are building the first of the series in Chesterhill, Ohio called Voyagers (2013). An ocean-tired

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Voyagers

Voyagers, 2012 – 2013 Commissioned by the Placemakers Foundation for the Harold Arts Residency Program, Chesterhill, OH Inaugurating a series of chapters in this episodic multi-year physical journey, we are building the first of the series in Chesterhill, Ohio called Voyagers (2013). An ocean-tired

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